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Publisher Description

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author JB Salsbury brings her Fighting series to Harper Sloan’s Hope Town in Fighting for Honor.


UFL fighter Caleb hasn’t been to Hope Town since he was eighteen.  His next big fight takes place in Atlanta and the serene lakefront home from his childhood is the perfect place to train without distractions. 


Until he stumbles downstairs to find a woman in his house. He’s met her before, and he’s never forgotten. 


Honor was raised by her grandfather, Crazy Colonel Cartwright. Ostracized at a young age she was an outcast. Combined with her awkward personality and she became the local bully’s favorite plaything. 


Honor and Caleb come face-to-face and feelings from fourteen years ago come rushing back—not all of them good. 


She prefers to remain unknown, but she’s seen in public with the world’s most talked about fighter and thrust into a national spotlight that catches the attention of her childhood tormentors. 


And they aren’t finished with her yet. 

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
July 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
233
Pages
PUBLISHER
JB Salsbury
SELLER
JB Salsbury LLC
SIZE
527.1
KB

Customer Reviews

moglock ,

Fighting for Honor

Great characters! Loved the story line & who doesn’t love paybacks to bullies?!

Anaxkolasi ,

Recommended

I really enjoyed this book which joins J.B. Salsbury’s Fighting Series and Harper Sloan’s Corps Security series. Caleb has been training fighters in England for a few years, but he is now back in the states to train for an upcoming fight. He goes to Hope Town, Georgia where he vacationed as a kid. Honor has had a terrible time growing up. She was horribly bullied and things haven’t really gotten any better. When these two reconnect the sparks begin to fly. Will they be able to find their way together or will insecurity and the past keep them from forging a future? It was great checking in with some of the characters I love from each of these series.

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